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science and art
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]kprs
Fri, 06 Sep 1996 21:55:34 -0700
A science teacher and I are in the middle to writing a manual, with joint
lessons, assignments on the environment at Sandy Hook, a part of New
Jersey. We received a grant, that was the easy part. The hardest part
is finding the shared time to work on the piece. We have our projects
geared towards team building between science students and art students,
overlapping shared curiosities, and creative problem solving, while
introducing them to 3 specific environments, ocean, bay, and sand dunes.
Drawing, photography, and poetry writing assignments encompass the
humanities aspect, and water, soil, shell and sand gathering and
experiments, combined with botany, birdwatching and animal studies round
off the program. (oh...if I only had 48 hours in a day)!